Theatre Review: Finishing the Suit at The Gladstone 1

“sometimes love is incompatible with one’s duties” I loved this play’s premise. Skilled playwright Lawrence Aronovitch stitches a piece so fine that its touch to your skin is that of raw silk: coarse yet pleasing. Its plausibility came on to me as would a lover,…

All photos courtesy Allyson Domanski With no stage and no set except for big black cubes to serve as seats for three actors, the Chamber Theatre Hintonburg (CTH) team of Donnie Laflamme and Lisa Zanyk have pulled off another coup. Pull up a chair to a…

A CUT ABOVE THE REST: Lynn Miles/Keith Glass "Road"

Music Review by Ian Boyd What can you say about Lynn Miles? Gracious, honest, talented, a great song writer, collaborative, front person, arranger, producer, a national treasure, diverse, entertaining, funny, multiple Juno award nominee and winner, or just plain Lynn. She is an Ottawa original…

Review of BURN, written and directed by John Muggleton 5

Review by Stacey Diffin-Lafleur Photos by Maria Vartanova John Muggleton has a sly sense of humour and he shows it off to perfection in his latest work, BURN, which I attended in December at the Avalon Studio on Bank Street. I didn’t really know what to…

The Maltese Falcon: The Radio Show will get you into the holiday spirit 1

By Allyson Domanski, Theatre Reviewer Poor weather proved no deterrent for the crowd who braved snow and wind to get to The Gladstone for opening night of “The Maltese Falcon: The Radio Show” by Dashiell Hammett. The packed house delighted in this year’s rendition of…